Be versatile! In our history program, you will develop your research and writing skills. Lots of careers are based on that. We offer public history courses relating to how people interact with the past — think museums, documentaries, walking tours and history websites — with an emphasis on digital history, and practicums for hands-on experience.
This Course is Available in General 3-year program, Honours 4-year program, Combined Honours programs available
Total courses: forty.
(a) HIST-1030, HIST-2030, and HIST-3030;
(b) 8 more History courses at the 1000 or 2000 Level, up to 3 of which may be 1000 Level, and including at least one of HIST-1130, HIST-1140, HIST-2010, HIST-2070, HIST-2460, HIST-2490, and at least one of
HIST-2100, HIST-2110, HIST-2120, HIST-2200, HIST-3100, HIST-3200, HIST-3210; *
(c) 7 more History courses at the 3000 Level or higher, at least three of which must be at the 4000
(d) two courses from Arts;
(e) two courses from Languages, Science, or one of each
(f) two courses from any area of study, excluding Social Sciences.
(g) GART-1500, GART-1510;
(h) six courses from any area of study, including History;
(i) eight courses from any area of study, excluding History.
*Up to four of the following courses may be used to satisfy the requirements under (b) and (c): GRHS2100, GRHS-2101, GRHS-2200, GRHS-2201, DRAM-1300, DRAM-2300, CMAF-2400, CMAF-2410, KINE2400. (Please note, instructor's permission may be required)
No more than one of this list may be used to satisfy the requirements for a Minor in History.
Courses used to calculate the major average are: courses listed under requirements (a) to (c), and any
courses taken in the major area(s) of study.